ECE59500 - ElectromechanicsSpring 2014 Days:
MWF 1:30-2:20 pmCredit Hours:
These include (i) an ability to analyze/design electromagnetic circuits/devices, (ii) an understanding of the concepts and principles of electromagnetic energy conversion, (iii) an understanding of the concept of time-varying transformations in the analysis of time-varying systems, (iv) an ability to analyze dc machines, (v) an understanding of converters for dc drives, (vi) an ability to analyze brushless dc machine, (vii) an ability to analyze brushless dc machines, (viii) an ability to analyze induction machinesDescription:
The general theory of electromechanical devices relating electric variables and electromagnetic forces. The basic concepts and operational behavior of dc, induction, brushless dc, and stepper motors used in control applications are presented.Topics Covered:
Magnetic and coupled circuits (5 lectures), Electromechanical energy conversion (5 lectures), Stepper motors (3 lectures), DC machines (4 lectures), Converters for dc drives (4 lectures), Rotating MMF concepts (4 lectures), Permanent magnet synchronous machine (5 lectures), brushless dc motors (5 lectures), induction machines (7 lectures), exams (3 lectures)Prerequisites:
basic circuit analysis; elementary electromagnetics; elementary mechanics.Applied/Theory:
Required. A mini-project involving an electromagnet design is given.Exams:
3 (1 hour) midterm exams and a (2 hour) final exam.Textbooks:
**Updated Oct. 25, 2013** Required. Electromechanical Motion Devices, Second Edition, Paul Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Steve Pekarek, ISBN: 978-1118296127 Disclaimer: Please visit the Listing of Textbooks by College or School for the most up-to-date textbook information.
ProEd minimum computer requirements, and the student will occasionally need access to Matlab.
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The student will also occasionally need to use Matlab.